Prisma for Android getting offline support by this weekend, iOS already has it

Prisma on iOS has a new update, which will make it possible to edit photos even offline. Prisma, the iOS and Android app, lets users convert their photos into works of art in the style of Van Gogh, Picasso, and other famous artists. However, one of the problems with Prisma app was that filters would take too much time to load, and often users would get the message: “Too many people are using Prisma, try again later.” Here are a few steps to help if  you are facing that problem.

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Download Artisto Android App to Create Prisma like Videos

We saw a couple of great new apps last month, the most successful ones being the Pokémon Go and the photo editing app Prisma. Both of them took over the world, and everyone started using them. It might be annoying to see so many pictures on social media as paintings, but indeed its too much fun. It became so popular that people actually started asking for an update to make it work with video as well. Well, even though the developers are working on it already, but we don’t have an official date yet.

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Top 10 android news stories of the week

The amount of Android news each week can be overwhelming, and so we have picked the most liked android news from all over the internet and made a top 10 list for you to stay on top of everything that’s been happening all week in the world of android.

Here are the favorite news stories for the week:

#10 – Google Docs and Sheets add-ons

Google has been attempting help users be more productive with the help of its Docs and Sheets services. The company has announced a partnership with 8 different companies to integrate add-ons into the Google-sphere of services.

#9 – Prisma will soon turn your videos into art

What’s better than an app that turns selfies into instant art? An app that does the same thing for video and virtual reality.

That’s what Prisma, the app that has already captured the imagination of the photo-sharing community, is working to bring to the public next.

#8 – Google Camera gesture

Being able to switch between your front and rear cameras can be a hassle from time to time, but with the latest version of Google Camera, there is a new hidden gesture. Simply twist your phone a couple of times and the application will quickly switch between the front and rear cameras.

#7 – Google emergency services

Google is working with wireless carriers in the UK and Estonia to make it easier for emergency services to reach your exact location. As long as the feature is supported by your wireless carrier, Google will now send you location to emergency services whenever you dial an emergency number. The company is also planning to expand this feature internationally in the near future.

#6 – Android Tips & Tricks

Finding the best tips & tricks to manage your Android devices can be a bit tricky. Opening web page after web page can be a hassle, and may cause you to miss something really awesome. The team at Google has updated its Android webpage to include a “Tips & Tricks” section to showcase some of the best features of Android.

#5 – Google Dialer spam calls

With the latest update to Google’s Dialer application, owners of either Nexus or Android One devices will now be warned if an incoming call is suspected of being a spammer. Other manufacturers already have this feature built-in but it’s good to see Google integrating this into their application for Nexus owners.

#4 – Google Play Family Library

Announced at Google I/O 2016, the Family Library feature for Google Play has officially launched. the service allows members of a family to share purchases between Google accounts without the need to add multiple accounts to each device.

 

#3 – Hangouts 11 Group Chat

One of the hidden new features within the latest Hangouts 11 update is the ability to easily share group chats with new members. You can now create a short link to your group chat of choice, and share that with whomever you want to add to the group. These group chats can also be searched within your contacts list.

#2 – Google algorithm app updates

In an effort to lower the amount of data used when downloading updates, Google has updated its delta algorithm to allow users to only download the new changes, versus re-downloading the entire application again.

#1 – Google Maps UI update

Google has released a new update to its Google Maps services which include an all new UI. The update not only cleans up the look of the application, but also marks areas of interest with special icons.

 

How to Create a Prisma Video on any Smartphone in 10 Steps

Prisma, the photo editing that has taken the world by storm is now said to come with two new features. The developers of the app had announced to bring the 36o-degree photo and video support in the coming updates. The sample Prisma videos are just amazing and make them look similar to an animated movie. As of now, there is no way to make a video out of Prisma app, but follow the below steps to make a video, that too using your smartphone.

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Prisma app over capacity or slow? Help, tips and tricks for quicker artworks

If you’re one of the many people trying out AI-powered artwork app Prisma in recent days, you’ll no doubt have run into the app’s main pain point — speed. Or rather, lack of speed. Prisma’s intelligent, artistic filters are impressive for sure, but they can take a lot of time to apply — particularly at peak times.

Let’s take a look at why Prisma can be so slow, and what you can do about it.

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Prisma update lets you save photos directly

Just hours after it first landed on Android, popular AI-enabled photo filtering app Prisma has received its first update. The updated version of Prisma adds a “save” button — a much requested feature that lets you export directly to your gallery, as opposed to another app through Android share intents.

Prisma UI

Everything works just as before, instead now you’ll find a “save” button to the left of the Instagram share button. Tapping it immediately saves the photo to the “Prisma” folder on your phone’s internal storage.

It’s worth remembering the app still doesn’t support incoming Android share intents, so to load a photo into Prisma in the first place you’ll always need to start the app and navigate to the image you want.

The Prisma team also says it’s squished a few bugs in this initial update for the app.

If you hadn’t already, download Prisma from the playstore and check it out. Here are some things you should know about Prisma.

How to remove the Prisma logo watermark from your photos

With the unique photo-filtering app Prisma now available on Android, it’s worth underscoring one of the most important settings changes you can make. By default, Prisma adds its own logo to every image you share from the app. But it’s easy to disable this watermark from within the app’s settings.

  1. From the main photo-taking screen, hit the Settings button (cog icon).
  2. Uncheck the Add watermark setting.
  3. Press the back key again to return to previous screen.

With the watermark option disabled, your photos will no longer show the Prisma logo in the bottom right corner. Hurrah!

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Prisma now officially available on Android : moves out of beta

Prisma is being called a revolutionary photo editing app because it allows users to edit images in different art styles to give them the look of a painting or a sketch by like Picasso, Leviton, etc. This itself is nothing new, but Prisma is really good at doing this and it has many different art styles to choose from.

Through neural network processing Prisma generates pictures in a style of famous art by various artists including Andy Warhol, Edvard Munch etc.

Started as an idea, Prisma is a big business plan now. It has topped the apple charts in 54 countries in Photo and Video apps category. With its unique filtering criteria, Prisma is being loved by the users all over the world. Prisma uses machine learning algorithms and famous ornaments and patterns to create these stylish art related filters. These algorithms scan data in your picture instead of just adding a filter on top of it which makes the quality even better.

Earlier released as a Beta version Prisma app for Android, this app is heavily addictive and creative. It wouldn’t come surprising if we start to see these pictures on the walls of our houses.

Some of the key features of app are:

• Turn your pictures into a great piece of modern art.
• Different styles available like comic, paintbrush etc.
• Uses neural networks and Artificial Intelligence.

New features such as Prisma video feature, 360 degree Prisma images and various new styles are expected to be a part of upcoming updates of the app. These features really sound appealing for the selfie lovers and will transform any picture into a great piece of art.

SEE : Things you should know about Prisma

Recently the Co-founder of the app, Alexey Moiseenkov, announced on Facebook thatbefore the Beta version is released, Android users can sign up for the newsletter for updates. These users will get the Beta app before it is released on Google Play.

Some of the users who got hands on the beta version of this app and tested it have already sent their feedbacks. On the official Facebook page of Prisma, Developers made a post mentioning: “A big thanks goes to everyone who has managed to try our beta for Android. We have collected enough feedback and had to close it. We’ll come back to you guys with an official launch on Google Play later this month. Thank you for your patience.”

With over 7.5 million downloads and 1.5 million active users every day on the iOS platofrm, this app is now available on the Google Play Store. Prisma official app for Android is yours to download right away.

Download Prisma from Google Playstore

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